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Table Manners, Food & Drink, Etiquette and Style Most people have been taught table manners as children, but surprisingly often such tenets have been forgotten, or are conveniently overlooked, in adulthood. It is not advisable to keep certain manners for ‘best’ and, even when eating informally or alone, good table manners should still apply. Constant practice will make manners easier to remember so that they come naturally when it really matters. Basic Rules of Table Manners General rules and guidance for top table etiquette... How to Use Cutlery Knife, forks, spoons... how to hold them and how to use them How to Use Chopsticks Top tips for perfecting your chopstick technique

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76 FREE Cooking Worksheets About Our Cooking Worksheets Cooking is the fist subsection of the food and drinks category so you can browse through the 76 cooking worksheets posted here, look at all the worksheets related to food and drinks by going to the main section, or even look at other subsections such as the food section. This is a simple but fun worksheet that you might consider giving students before winter break. It is the recipe for gingerbread cookies which students may enjoy baking with their families. Be sure to check that the ingredients are readily available in your country before handing this out. Another cooking worksheet posted here is designed to help students practice countable and uncountable nouns as well as food related vocabulary.

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